Category: Electromagnetic Gravitational Field

Comment on “Ion Engine 2.0” – many people interested, and posting things, but not working together globally

Ion Engine 2.0 at (“electric wind” OR “ionic wind”) has 574,000 entry points (Google, 9 Oct 2021) (“electric wind” OR “ionic wind”) has 310 entry points (“electric wind” OR “ionic wind”) has 141,000 entry points And they are not all working together globally. Richard Collins, Director, The Internet Foundation

Generating synthetic gravitational fields

Teri, I was doing a quick study on “color from structure” and related concepts.  The colors of butterfly wings are often not pigments in the traditional sense, but emergent colors because of the shapes of the molecules. What clicked in my mind is that the sub wavelength structures (the structures that produce the rather large
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Looking for low cost linear arrays of photosensors, maybe contact image sensor arrays

Jean, I want to find a contact image sensor CIS that has high dots per inch, large color depth (bits per pixel color) and fast speed (lines per second). I need three of them, and don’t know where to buy the parts. I just started looking and found that the mobile document scanners (Brother) seem
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Inertial drives need precise and addressable impulse response functions

Two Scientists Are Building a Real Star Trek Impulse Engine The software defined radios SDRs can transmit as well as receive. Most importantly the software for efficient FFT tracking and display is fairly well developed, so measuring and tracking the impulse response function from microHertz to GigaHertz is not so expensive. A solid, or
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Thermodynamic Clocks – Time reversible systems, quality, gravitational detectors, solar system coordination

Shawn, Thank you for thinking of me, and sharing. The gravitational energy density (and the usually much smaller magnetic, electric and thermodynamic energy densities) control the rate of chemical, atomic and nuclear events at any location.  The most often used phenomena are “gravitational time dilation”, “relativistic or general relativistic corrections (from velocity and gravity)”.  An
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Plans for measuring the speed of gravity again, using superconducting gravimeter and related sensor networks

One linear regression is all that is needed to useg JPL Ephemeris to separate the sun moon from earth-based signals I want to repeat the SG network speed of gravity measurement I did in 2003 using all the current stations. I will also use the best of the broadband seismometers from Any absolute measurements,
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Solar system colonization – needs and opportunities, “working globally” becomes “working solar system wide”

With LEDs going to lower and lower energies, moving electrons is probably less expensive than digging holes and trying to concentrate the rather thin light on Mars. I was gathering what groups and resources are needed to send small nuclear packages to Mars to provide the energy needed. The old dream of atomic energy was
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New Video – Some NOAA Visualizations Data Projections More Gravity Sun Moon Global Cooperation

Some NOAA Visualizations Data Projections More Gravity Sun Moon Global Cooperation My comments and a few suggestions. Then another pitch for global cooperation, and for help with gravimeter arrays to scan the atmosphere, the oceans, the earth interior, the moon, sun and planets and moons. Richard Collins, Director, The Internet Foundation The video refers
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Trying to come to grips with broad terms like “fluctuations”

Alexander If you search for “fluctuations” OR “fluctuations” on google, it will give you about 97 Million entry points. For the last 23 years I have been tracing through these kinds of searches to see exactly what people are doing with terms like “fluctuations”. As you can imagine, this particular term, “fluctuations” has lots of
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Low frequency variations of high frequency signals

I have been looking at the general situation of tracking and studying slow variations of fast signals.  If you have a star, its main signal is likely electromagnetic or gravitational.  You track its “colors” with an FFT or spectrometer, and perhaps its slow variations up to decades of years or longer. (“pulsar” OR “pulsars”) “MHz”
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